High-tech beauty products have improved significantly in recent years, making it possible to save a lot of money on expensive salon treatments for your skin, lips, nails, hair, and nearly everything else. It’s no wonder we’re all excited about them! We’ve come a long way from the days when I had to use bobby pins to curl my hair overnight. (Speaking for myself and my scalp, we’re happy to have the Dyson Airwrap around!)
There’s a lot to love at the intersection of beauty and technology today. So our team has carefully selected the latest and greatest high-tech beauty products of the year, whether you’re looking for a fantastic gift or something special for yourself.
And of course, no judgments here! While we’re sure you look stunning just the way you are, if your favorite high-tech beauty product can help you feel great about yourself throughout the day, well you do you.
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13 hot high-tech beauty gifts for women: Our picks
- SolaWave 4-in-1 Facial Wand Bundle
- Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare DRx SpectraLite Faceware Pro
- Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare DRx SpectraLite LipWare Pro LED Device
- NūFACE Trinity+ Facial Toning Starter Kit
- Dyson Airwrap Complete Styler
- Foreo Luna Mini 3 Massaging Cleanser
- TAO Clean Ona Diamond Facial Brush
- Ohora At-Home Gel Manicure Kit
- simplehuman Rechargeable Sensor Makeup Mirror
- The Nori Press
- Oral-B Rose Quartz Series 9 Electric Toothbrush System
- Senbowe Makeup Brush Cleaning Set
- Conair Pedicure Foot Spa Bath
SolaWave 4-in-1 Facial Wand Bundle
The SolaWave Wand (also at top) uses therapeutic warmth, microcurrents, red light therapy, and facial massage (ooh, ahh) to stimulate skin and amplify the Renew Complex Serum that comes in the bundle — or, whatever favorite serum you’re already using. All in a device the size of your disposable razor. One reviewer claims it feels like a spa day every time she uses it.
Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare DRx SpectraLite Faceware Pro
If your aim is to minimize breakouts and fine lines — or if you just want to send a strong mom’s-not-available-right-now message to your own family — check out thel high-tech LED mask from Dr. Dennis Gross. It’s been a big hit for years, with fans easily justifying the price tag. I love that you can skip the aesthetician’s office and use it to zap zits or target wrinkles while you watch Netflix.
From the maker of that outrageous SpectraLite FaceWare Pro mask comes a similar product specifically focusing on the lips. This FDA-cleared LED lip device is designed to address the visibility of fine lines, wrinkles, and creases specifically in and around the lips and wow, the raves!
NūFACE Trinity+ Facial Toning Starter Kit
Think of the NūFACE facial toner as a trainer for your face — microcurrents work out those facial muscles to lift, tone, and contour while reducing the appearance of wrinkles too. It if makes you happy, we say go for it. (And if this one is outside your price range, try the mini NūFACE facial toning kit for $250 instead.
Dyson Airwrap Complete Styler
Bow down, blowdryers. The Dyson Airwrap has arrived and is the hottest high-tech beauty gift of the year, hands down. Chances are you’ve already heard about it — and you know someone who wants one, thanks to thousands of rave reviews. If it’s sold out at your go-to shop or even at Amazon, keep an eye on it at Ulta and even Best Buy.
Foreo Luna Mini 3 Massaging Cleanser
From the makers of the cult favorite Luna cleansing device, this more affordable, more travel-friendly mini version for some delicious but gentle cleansing via T-Sonic pulsations, or try the 30-second “glow boost” mode to get skin fresh and clean when time is short. Which is always, for us.
TAO Clean Ona Diamond Facial Brush and Cleansing Station
$69 and up on sale, Amazon
We were so sad to see Clarisonic close up shop, but I’m thrilled to find this TAO Clean facial brush as a replacement. This cool high-tech beauty gift isn’t just a spinning face brush; it’s also a docking station that uses UVC light to kill germs between uses. How smart is that? And wait until you see all the pretty colors.
Ohora At-Home Gel Manicure Kit
(Compact UV lamp is normally $20, but free with your first order at Ohora)
Kate wrote an incredibly thorough review about this kit that delivers the results of a high-tech salon gel manicure right at home. Sets start around $13 but it will be hard to pick just one. Then, take advantage of the free USB-powered compact UV lamp. And check the Pro Portable Gel Lamp ($45) which is great for on-the-go touch-ups so your nail color makes it through that extended beach vacation you’ve been intending to book. One day.
simplehuman Rechargeable Sensor Makeup Mirror
Liz owns this tabletop Rechargeable Sensor Makeup Mirror and it is everything! The sensor knows when you’re in front of it, then automatically turns off to save energy. And the light simulates natural sunlight so you really know how much makeup to apply, or switch to the candlelight setting for date night.
The Nori Press
An iron for clothes that looks like a hair straightener? I’m intrigued! I’ve heard great things about the Nori Press since it started flooding my Instagram feed with its claims of requiring no ironing board or leaky spray bottle. It can also steam and “refresh” clothes, so you can skip the dry cleaner making it a practical tech gift too. So handy if you’re shopping for someone who travels for work or loves a linen dress.
Oral-B Rose Quartz Series 9 Electric Toothbrush System
$284 on sale, Amazon
Is a toothbrush sexy? When it’s this rose quartz electric toothbrush system from Oral-B it is. If you’re looking for a high-tech beauty gift for someone who prefers practical tech gifts, this checks both boxes beautifully.